When "#The Bachelor" star Nick Viall started his journey to find love in early January, many fans thought that his fourth time on TV would be his last. It turns out that's not the case — Nick will go from handing out roses to competing for the Mirrorball trophy on 'Dancing with the Stars' next month.

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Once word got out that Viall would be partnered up with Peta Murgatroyd on the upcoming season of ABC's ballroom dance competition, fans started speaking out on Twitter, making it clear that they are sick of seeing him on TV.

Was Nick really looking for love on "The Bachelor" or was it a stepping stone to get him onto the show that will not only put him in the spotlight, the gig comes with the promise of a hefty paycheck.

What about love, Nick?

Although spoilers point to Nick getting engaged to contestant Vanessa Grimaldi on the March 13 "Bachelor" season finale, he's not wasting any time getting his face back on television – the "Dancing with the Stars" premiere is set for March 20.

The finale was taped in Finland at the end of November, so it's been three months since he got engaged. However, Vanessa lives in Canada and Nick lives in L.A. and that immediately places a red flag on their relationship.

According to Reality Steve, Nick will not be moving to Canada and if Vanessa does relocate he doesn't expect their engagement to last long, especially if he's spending his days rehearsing for "DWTS."

Fans speak out against Nick

When "Bachelor" creator Mike Fleiss tweeted that Nick would be on "Dancing with the Stars," it started a firestorm of tweets. Many fans referenced a tweet from former "Bachelorette" Kaitlyn Bristowe who states that Fleiss didn't allow her to go on "DWTS" after her season. So, why Nick?

Nick follows in the footsteps of "Bachelor" stars Chris Soules, Sean Lowe, and Jake Pavelka — all three men competed for the "DWTS" Mirrorball trophy in the past.

Although Melissa Rycroft danced on the show, she was a "Bachelor" contestant (Jason Mesnick) and that makes "Bachelorette" Trista Sutter the only female lead who has been offered a spot on the popular dance competition.

Are you excited to see Nick Viall on "Dancing with the Stars" or do you think he's worn out his welcome on TV?